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  1. Ally Altemose
  2. General Wetland Topics
  3. Friday, January 11 2019, 05:49 PM
Coastal prairie redox is categorized under All Soils, but the description says that chroma 3 are allowed because they may be the color of stripped sand grains or common sand-sized reddish chert particles occur. If no chert or sand is present in the sample, then that would disqualify it from A16 Coastal Prairie Redox, even if the rest meets, correct?
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